StorageMart matching donations to raise $50,000 for American Red Cross Hurricane Harvey disaster relief

StorageMart’s charitable giving program “Store It Forward” is a long-time sponsor of the American Red Cross and has pledged to raise $25,000 in disaster relief funds, and will match donations dollar-for-dollar up to $25,000 – for a combined total of $50,000.

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It’s during “grey skies” when disasters like Hurricane Harvey strike that a more urgent need arises for volunteers and funding.

Here are a few ways the American Red Cross immediately began supporting Hurricane Harvey victims:

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  • Provide first-aid supplies
  • Establish shelters for evacuation or victims who’ve lost their home
  • Provide food for shelter guests until they can return home
  • Distribute water, food, and relief supplies across impacted neighborhoods
  • Hand out cleaning supplies
  • Create recovery plans to help families get back on their feet
  • Give hope by offering emotional support to help people cope after a disaster
  • Restore health by monitoring the well-being of shelter guests and helping them replace prescription medications or eyeglasses

91 cents of every dollar donated is invested in humanitarian services and programs. We’re inviting you to join us in supporting our friends affected by Hurricane Harvey.

Donations of any amount make a difference, and we look forward to matching your gift.

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More about StorageMart + the American Red Cross

StorageMart partners with the American Red Cross through “Storage It Forward” – the company’s charitable giving program. StorageMart customers participate in the program by leaving an online review, and, in turn, the company makes a donation on their behalf to the American Red Cross and other charities across North America and the United Kingdom.

Store It Forward is a consistent, year-round program designed to generate donations during “blue skies” when there is no immediate disaster.